This being a single-family dwelling, the topography, the orientation and the geometry of the site determine the architectural premises of the project.
On the basis of these premises, the dwelling has two storeys, the ground floor containing the point of access. The idea was that of two cuboids, offset and also superimposed, closed at the sides and highly permeable on the northern and southern façades.
The L-shaped ground floor is linked to the garden and the swimming pool. It is on this ground floor that we find the public area of the house; it is composed of an impressive service piece, which marks the access to the house. A generous yard with an existing oak tree also creates a hierarchy among the spaces on both storeys. The purpose is that of a complete integration with the surroundings as well as a visual continuity in view of the double orientation of the rooms.
One can access the first floor by means of the staircase that starts in the foyer at the entrance of the house and which, via a set of yards of great visual richness, connects us with the house’s three bedrooms.